|The Kosydars, Art Waves #88|
Together Eleanore and Richard Kosydar have published two beautiful photography books on the Dundas Valley. By the time they produced the second, Eleanore had begun to write poetry as well. In this interview they explain how their collaboration enhances their marriage, and vice versa.
Keywords: photography; collaboration and marriage; the Dundas Valley; self-publishing; Tierceron Press
|Bob Yates, Second Visit, Art Waves #112|
In episode #20 of Art Waves, we interviewed Bob Yates primarily as a visual artist, though we acknowledged then his many talents. We invited him back as a writer, storyteller and sort of community memoirist, to tell us some stories about Dundas, where he grew up. On this subject as on most, Bob Yates has insights that will surprise you--and a past that is even more colourful than we imagined!
Keywords: Dundas; George Rolph; Allan MacNab; the Rolf Gates; David Mitson; Democracy; Stephanie Yates
|185 Aidan Purnell And Martin Francisco( April 7, 2013)|
Though both these singer/songwriters also perform as solo acts, Aidan Purnell and Martin Francisco are linked by their appreciation of the spiritual power of music. They often perform together and have issued a beautifully produced CD called One Voice for Peace. Whether the song is studio enhanced or performed live, their music will transport you with its complicated simplicity.
Keywords: Legal Aliens, Jerry Henderson, Andrea Purnell, purnellmusic.com, Ernie Linog, Bruch Tourney, Dustin Revin, Britannia Pub, Lion Heart Pub, Tayor guitars, Gibson guitars, St. Mark's United Church, Dundas Baptist Church, Gary Warner, McMaster Catholic Community; Jerry Henderson; Andrea Purnell; purnellmusic.com; Taylor guitars; Gibson guitars; Britannia Pub; Lion Heart Pub; Ernie Linog; Burce Tournay; Dustin Revin; St. Mark's United Church; Dundas Baptist Church
|201 Sue Firsker ( Nov. 10, 2013)|
If you've ever felt you don't know enough about felting, join us for a heartfelt conversation about one of the oldest fibres and fibre arts in the world. Sue Firsker creates everything from wearable art, to landscapes, to vessels out of this amazing material. She'll have you feeling like felting, whether or not you've ever felt like it before.
Keywords: Lorraine Roy; fibre art; Whirling Dervishes; yurts; merino wool; Norman Felix Gallery; Cambridge Galleries; Dundas Studio Tour; Fred Varley; Group of Seven; Tom Thomson; McMichael Gallery; Quetico; Algonquin; Georgia O'Keefe; www.suefirsker.ca